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Beautiful! Put a piece of crayon in a clear Christmas bulb, use a blow dryer to melt the crayon while turning the bulb to distribute the color!!

made with tinsel and clear balls. use small ornaments so they can hang deep in the tree and reflect the lights

Christmas spheres -

Christmas spheres -

Christmas spheres -

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65 Amazing Homemade Christmas Gifts

65 Amazing Homemade Christmas Gifts | Dodo Burd

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Easy Christmas Ornaments

easy ornament

DIY: Stuffed Ornaments-Begin by feeding a thin (around 2″) wide strip of tulle into the ornament until it’s filled. (pen or chopstick would be a good helper here). Next, sprinkle in some matching glitter. Seal the ornament by hot glueing the cap back on. Shake, shake & shake to spread the glitter! Tie a ribbon through the loop on top & you’re done! A set of these would make quite the eye candy gift for a loved one.

This would be a cute idea for a music/band teacher.....for a math teacher, put in math problems....for an English teacher, quotes of famous poetry or book titles.....

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#DIY idea: Dip burnt out #Christmas lights in glue and glitter. Display them in a glass jar for festive holiday decor...brilliant and bright!

DID YOU KNOW... that you can get a REAL postmarked letter from the North Pole from the USPS??? Instructions are here [ letters must be received by Dec.10 to ensure that your letters from Santa get delivered to your little ones by Christmas Day! :)

make these christmas ornaments with foam balls, glitter and a cupcake wrapper! For Cassie!!!!